|By Business Wire||
|September 5, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
Viableware, innovators of pay-at-the-table technology designed exclusively for full-service restaurants, today announced that it is changing the company name to TableSafe. The name change is effective immediately and will help to more accurately reflect the benefits of the company’s multi-functional payment platform.
“By taking on the TableSafe name, we strengthen the positioning of our technology for the full-service restaurant industry,” said Joe Snell, CEO of TableSafe. “Until now, our name gave no indication of the value we provide for both restaurant guests and operators. TableSafe offers a much better characterization of our technology and the type of functionality that our system brings to the marketplace.”
The TableSafe System features a handheld device designed to look like the traditional bill presentation folder used at most full-service restaurants – but unlike the traditional folder, the TableSafe unit allows guests to securely self-swipe credit, debit or smart cards, auto-calculate the tip, split the bill multiple ways, pay-by-item, and receive email receipts. The TableSafe System encrypts all payment information at the swipe – and by enabling restaurant guests to self-swipe their own card, and retain possession of it throughout the entire transaction, the RAIL mitigates any chance of card information theft.
In addition to its Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) and other security features, the TableSafe System also provides restaurant operators with other benefits such as increased staff efficiency, higher survey response rates, and increased customer satisfaction.
The TableSafe technology is currently being used or piloted at a number of full-service restaurants around the country, including Dickie Brennan restaurants in New Orleans. For more information on TableSafe and its innovative payment platform, visit www.tablesafe.com.
TableSafe designs, builds and sells software and hardware products designed to increase waiter efficiency, provide restaurants with new marketing and communication applications, eliminate credit card information theft and improve the dining customer experience.
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